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Alison (#46917968)
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Bio Photo A soul that is kind and intends justice discovers more than any sophist.Sophocles (496 BC-406 BC)

To request a transfer or edit information please use the EDIT tab at the top right of the person's page, check the drop down menu for options. DO NOT USE THE PUBLIC MESSAGE BOARD TO MAKE THESE REQUESTS.

Please remember to include the memorial page number and your membership number when asking for information about an entry I have made. It makes it sooooo much easier for me to find the person you are asking about.

I do have photos of most all of the markers that I have transcribed from Canadian Cemeteries. So please ask. (Include memorial # in your request)

If you would like me to remove a memorial please let me know and I shall remove it right away - no questions asked.

Because of the few RUDE people demanding I transfer pages to them, I shall no longer make transfers unless you are polite AND can explain to me how the person is related to you.

However, as FaGer Scott wrote :- If there is any particular entry that I have made that is very important to you, related or not, if you sponsor their page I will transfer it to you ASAP. This helps Findagrave and shows me that this entry truly is important to you and that you are not simply trying to 'collect' all you can find of a particular surname.

Should you find that I have inadvertently duplicated an entry or photo please let me know, I will remedy the situation as soon as possible.

Please be respectful to families and allow them to have the funeral before you post information about the deceased.

Borrowed from another member:
Please do not add copyrighted information, photos that you did not take, photos of obituaries, death certs and any other scanned documents to any of the pages I have created. Only personal photos and grave photos should be posted in the photo section, Find a Grave will be notified and will be asked to remove other item(s).

Do not ask me to add info from census, others trees, cause of death, obituaries which include names of surviving family members or negative reports about their life and circumstances which are disrespectful. Bios should reflect the positive aspects of life. It is a memorial after all

To those "Advanced" Find A Gravers, I would appreciate if you are going to leave me a message then you would also be considerate enough to give me a way to reply to your message.

Having Lyme Disease I need less stress in my life and need "gentle exercise" I find taking photos for Find A Grave gets me the fresh air, and the tranquility I need in the summer months and uploading the information exercises my mind in winter. If you need to know more about Lyme Disease please check - and
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RE: Nakusp cemetery
Well, thaks very much for so fast answer I also hope of some good answers. Thanks. I will be hopefully waiting.
Added by Sroba on Mar 29, 2017 10:25 AM
Charlene Adams
RE: Margaret Amy Beatrice Owen Bury
I appreciate the fact that you will take another look. I hope there is something for her or her husband Ambrose Bury.
Added by Charlene Adams on Mar 29, 2017 10:12 AM
Hi Im Denis Šroba and Im from Slovakia a want to ask you if you have som more information about Joseph Sroba 1897-1976

It is a brother of my great grandfather and we dont know a lot of about him. If he had a choldren or something like that. Thank you very much for your answer.
Added by Sroba on Mar 29, 2017 9:40 AM
William Emery
We corresponded some years ago when you kindly dealt with my request concerning Alfred G. Walford, interred in the Edmonton Cemetery. I look forward to your upload of the headstone of William G. Walford (memorial # 166828365 - if I understand your writeup correctly you probably have his headstone picture). He was one of Alfred's sons.

 I am responding to your recent request for a picture of William Emery's headstone in the Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver.  I visited his plot the other day and can report that there is no headstone on his grave or his wife's grave. To clarify further, William is interred in plot # 0005, sharing with Helena Speck (per Mountain View database loaded to their website). William's wife, Charlotte Emery, is interred in plot #0006, sharing with Francis Fetherstonhaugh. In plot #0007 is a R. Fetherstonhaugh.  On #0007 is the rather tall "Fetherstonhaugh" headstone and the names on that headstone include the names of Helena Speck and Francs Fetherstonhaugh, but not William or Charlotte.  I have further examined Charlotte's obit, in the Vancouver Sun newspaper, which confirms that Charlotte was married to William Emery, her maiden name was Fetherstonhaugh and she was buried in the family plot.  Unfortunately, your request did not get the desired results, but at least you now know why William was buried where he was and why he is 'sharing' his plot.

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Added by Anonymous on Mar 27, 2017 5:52 PM
Death certificate
That was fast. It just now disappeared!
Added by FranA on Mar 27, 2017 5:27 PM
Death certificates
Thanks for the transfers, Alison, and also reminder that death certificates are not to be posted. Thanks for reporting it to Find A Grave people. I guess I can't remove a 'photo' that someone else has posted.
Added by FranA on Mar 27, 2017 5:21 PM
RE: John Kavanagh.
Great, thanks Alison! :-)

I found a little bit more information about Mr. Kavanagh, so I'll send that along too. I'm always a little sad about these bachelors who passed away without any family in this country.
Added by dianthus120 on Mar 26, 2017 6:37 PM

Hi Alison: Thanks so much for the grave stone photo
of Ptv. M. Chantigny.
Added by meeze on Mar 26, 2017 12:32 PM
Pierre Lagacé
Frank Ernest Haines
This is the edited biography. He was a Sergeant, not a Flight Sergeant. Also it was his air gunner
who was injured in the accident. As far as I can't tell Frank Haines was not previously injured.


Birth: Nov. 3, 1922
Death: Mar. 26, 1942
Burtts Corner
York County
New Brunswick, Canada [Edit Dates]

Information from the CVWM

Sergeant Frank Ernest Haines
March 26, 1942
Military Service:
Service Number:R/73306
Force:Air Force - Pilot
Unit:Royal Canadian Air Force Division: 410 Sqdn.
Additional Information:
Son of Elwood and Alberta (Wallace) Haines, of Mouth of Keswick, York County, New Brunswick, Canada.

Commemorated on Page 79 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance.

From the book -They Shall Grow Not Old, page 291 (edited 26 March 2017 - He was a Sergeant not a Flight Sergeant)

Haines Frank Ernest Sergeant (P) R73306 from Mount Keswick, Tork County, New Brunswick. Killed in Action. Age 19. #410 Cougar Squadron (Noctivaga) Sergeant Haines was killed when Defiant Aircraft #N3364 crashed 6 miles north west of Morpeth near Haradene. His gunner Flight Sergeant Gerard Pelletier was injured when he was told by Haines that he had to bail out of the plane. Sergeant Pilot Haines never bailed out. He is buried in Chevington Cemetery, East Chevington, Northumberland, England
Added by Pierre Lagacé on Mar 26, 2017 8:26 AM
Pierre Lagacé
RE: Frank Haines.
I have added him to my Ancestry family tree even if I am not related. I hope to eventually find someone related to him.
Added by Pierre Lagacé on Mar 26, 2017 8:10 AM
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